Contemporary Spanish Politics
Routledge, 27 oct. 2008 - 520 páginas
Having been fully revised and updated to reflect the considerable changes in Spain over the last decade, José M. Magone gives a fresh insight into the formal and informal workings of this dynamic southern European democracy. Thoroughly examining Spain’s historical background, political culture, core political institutions and foreign policy making, each chapter provides a research-based overview of the studied topic which can then be used as the basis for further research by students.
Key themes of the book include:
New chapters to this edition:
Richly illustrated with maps and biographical details of key actors and presenting large amounts of statistical and quantative data make this book an indispensable source of information for students, academics and the wider public interested in Spanish politics.
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A review of the historical legacy
2 The main features of contemporary political culture
3 The core Spanish institutions
4 Political parties and elections
5 The dynamics of regional politics
6 Media and politics
7 Interest groups and civil society
8 A semiperipheral economy in the European Union